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【Bidding information】CGN’s Delingha 50MW parabolic trough project issues tender notice for integral commissioning and O&M technical service

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Reported from CSPPLAZA: The tender notice for the integral unit commissioning and technical services for operation and maintenance of China Guangdong Nuclear Solar (CGN) Delingha 50MW CSP project has been released recently. According to the notice, the tender documents are on sale from September 30, 2017 to October 15, 2017 …

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Global CSP Market Layout and Current Project Development Situation


Reported from CSPPLAZA: Xipeng Hu,Chief Editor of CSPPLAZA delivered a speech on the layout and status quo of global CSP during the 2nd Delingha Concentrating Solar Power Session on September 22. He introduces the distribution and development status of global CSP market, and accordingly offers some advice on the development of China’s CSP market. He said that CSP is …

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Power generation from concentrated solar power accounts for 3.6% of total electricity in Spain in September


In September, power generation from concentrated solar power takes up 3.4% of total electricity in Spain. Renewable energies generated 30.3%.  By technologies,wind energy production in September reached 2,764 GWh, up 7% on that of the same month last year, accounting for 15% of total production,while the sources of generation have …

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China ‘s first large-scale commercialized parabolic trough CSP demonstration project has taken shape and is expected to be put into operation by the end of 2017


Reported from CSPPLAZA: It is learned  recently that China Guangdong Nuclear Solar (CGN) Delingha 50MW CSP project, China’s first large-scale commercialized parabolic trough thermal power plant, is now under construction. The installation of the collector (without the collector tubes) of the solar island has been mostly completed and is expected …

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NREL is aimed at mitigating corrosion levels in CSP plants with nickel-based coatings


To store heat and generate electricity,the next-generation concentrating solar power (CSP) plants require high-temperature fluids, such as molten salts, in the range of 550-750 degrees Celsius . At those high temperatures, however, common alloys used in the heat exchangers, piping, and storage vessels of CSP systems are eaten away by …

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